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OpenSSL is getting funded for two full-time developers and a security audit in an attempt to prevent another devastating bug like Heartbleed. The money is coming from the Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII), a group of tech companies that came together last month in response to Heartbleed.
There is a time that you got a pc in your room and one in your brother's room. It has a problem and you are bored to go inside to fix the problem that has been created. Now imagine that this problem exists with your buddy (irrelevant from pc etc.) who stays two Municipalities below. No time for running? Well here comes the TeamViewer to give a very easy solution!
Before the official release of the new Trinity APUs from AMD, the company seems that already planning the next step which will be the successor towards the end of 2013. The name of the upcoming series will beRichland and will consist of APUs (Accelerated processing units) that were manufactured with 28nm lithographic method but based on the existing architecture and x86 Piledriver core will be compatible with the platform FM2.
The allegiant machine users of the Apple house are now offered with statesman options to opt from when they see equivalent purchasing a new Apple MacBook Pro thanks to the new playoff released by the corp which they phone Apple MacBook Pro MB986B/A. To cerebrate the product sure, if not awing, processing country, Apple relies on the Set 2 Duo processor that comes from the corporation of Intel.
Good news for those who fear being victims of any OpenSSL vulnerability. Since the discovery of the Heartbleed bug, security experts are pouring over its source code, in a bid to tidy up what could be described as a messy coding chaos.
  • Tech giants throw money at OpenSSL in response to Heartbleed
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  • AMD Richland 28nm APU the next generation CPU in 2013
  • Apple MacBook Pro MB986BA
  • OpenSSL patch fixes 7 vulnerabilities

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